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Science Day: 'Best day ever'

It didn't take a rocket scientist to figure out something special was taking place Friday, Oct. 10, at Stevenson Elementary School.

Levy designed to thwart ebb in state funding

Grandview Heights City School District leaders say they thought long and hard about their fall funding request, from the type of levy to pursue to the district's distant financial future.

'Grandview flasher' caught? Police look for links to previous incidents after man's arrest

Grandview Heights police are working to determine if a man arrested Monday, Oct. 13, is connected to flashing incidents in the city stretching back to 2013.

District taps Tressel for 2015 graduation

Grandview Heights High School will mark its 100th commencement in May with a special graduation speaker.

Online efforts highlight historical society's 40th year

The Grandview Heights/Marble Cliff Historical Society is making a bit of history itself.

Group turns spotlight on Fifth Avenue businesses

The second Finds on Fifth event will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 18, along West Fifth Avenue.
Police beat

Grandview: Two face drug charges after recent traffic stops

Grandview Heights police have made two traffic stops in the past week that resulted in felony drug arrests.

Moment in time

The planting of trees and other landscaping along the sidewalk were the finishing touches.

Library notes

The following programs are offered by the Grandview Heights Public Library, 1685 W. First Ave. For more information, call 614-486-2951.

Board meeting rescheduled

The Grandview Heights school board's regular meeting for October has been rescheduled.

South American feast benefits mentor league

The TriVillage Mentor League is reviving its food- and wine-tasting fundraiser.

Levy campaign pounds streets, fields questions

The committee leading the campaign for Issue 2 is expected to wrap up its first literature drop this weekend.

Police zero in on suspects in local burglaries

Grandview Heights police have had success in solving a number of recent burglaries and break-ins.

Pumpkin Run's appeal growing

The Great Pumpkin is coming back to Grandview -- and he's bringing hundreds of runners with him.

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Spirits & Spells

Mysterious happenings will benefit abbey

Tim Moore, a Northwest Side dentist, certainly can make a tooth disappear.

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